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More Today Than Yesterday Lyrics – Spiral Starecase

More Today Than Yesterday Lyrics – Spiral Starecase

Click to read how More Today Than Tomorrow became a one-hit wonder More Today Than Tomorrow I don’t remember what day it was I didn’t notice what time it was All I know is that I fell in love with you And if all my dreams come true I’ll be spending time with you Every day’s a new day in love with you With each day comes a new way of loving you Every time I kiss your lips my mind starts to wander And … Read entire article »

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More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Starecase

More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Starecase

Few songs are more joyous, more ebullient than “More Today Than Yesterday” by Spiral Starecase. You could be a cynic. You could be depressed. You could be a misanthrope. But I doubt you could hate “More Today Than Yesterday.” It’s too happy. It’s too innocent. It’s too, well, brilliant. And if you watch Spiral Starecase perform “More Today Than Yesterday” and keep your eyes focused on the shuffling feet of bass-playing Bobby Raymond, I’m certain you’ll fall … Read entire article »

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Up on Cripple Creek – The Band

Up on Cripple Creek – The Band

Editor’s note: The Band is not a one-hit wonder. Sometimes I simply write about great songs and this is one of them. The Band is one of those storied, er, bands you read about, hear about and listen to and wonder to yourself, Were they really that great? Were they really The Band? Sure they backed Bob Dylan in his legendary concerts when the folkie went electric and audience members referred to the curly headed Minnesota boy … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1960s, 1970s, Rock

My Pal Foot Foot – The Shaggs

My Pal Foot Foot – The Shaggs

You may hate me for this one. Or you may find this song’s charms undeniably seductive. If that’s the case, however, I really have to prescribe anti-depression medicine.  Regardless of your opinion, “My Pal Foot Foot” by The Shaggs is in my head and won’t relent. So I’m subjecting you to its, er, charms.  The story of this little ditty (and album) is equal parts charming and bizarre.  The strange but true story of The Shaggs In 1969, the Wiggins sisters — … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1960s, Rock